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Shifting to both Online and Offline Education in KCB from May 11 2020-05-07Hit:56

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 Dear KCB students,
 
Referring to last week’s e-mail from the Provost, KAIST College of Business will be shifting to both online education and on-site lecture from May 11(Mon).
However, we are deep into planning for a safe and appropriate opening to all members as we are still fighting against COVID-19.
      
KCB is taking various precautionary measures such as mandatory temperature checks, facility disinfection, preparing for hand sanitizers in the building and spacing chairs apart in the classroom.
Specific guideline will be made for on-site class lectures to assure healthy environment according to government direction on daily social distancing scheme.
To provide simultaneous online and off-line education, there might be inevitable changes in ZOOM-based online system for students who resides in their home and/or foreign countries.     , 
Additional details will be announced soon by Professor Ahn, Head of ME Department.
 
Furthermore, our residence hall will be open again for registration and to move in.
Please check the previous announcement from the campus housing office and follow instructions if you wish to enter.
As we are adjusting to new reality, we hope to announce our plans for the school activities, events, and study abroad program in the next months with the understanding that circumstances remain in flux.
 
These decisions are designed to sustain the excellence of KCB education and protect the safety of our current and future members.
 
On behalf of all KCB faculty and staff members, I wholeheartedly welcome everyone back to a campus.
In the meantime, we encourage you to adhere to protection guideline such as wearing mask for the safety of both yourself and others.
I urge you to stay confident in your academic abilities and maintain your own health as we can overcome current challenges.
 
Thank you.
 
Youngbae Kim
 
Dean
KAIST College of Business


Contact : Lee, Jisun ( jisunlee@kaist.ac.kr )

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